- List of Exchange members
- Exchange Members share in turnover
- How to become a member of the WSE?
- List of Market Makers
- List of issuer's market makers
- UTP services
- List of Independent Software Vendors (ISV)
- List of External Administrators
- List of Telco operators
Quotations of equities are made in a continuous trading system or in a single-price system with two auctions. Additionally, for large blocks of securities, so-called block trades outside the public order book are possible. Transactions are executed electronically, via the Exchange computer system. The National Depository for Securities, which settles transactions, also performs operations on securities, for example dividend payments, share splits and bond redemptions. Equity transactions are settled in a T+3 cycle, on the third day after the transaction on a delivery versus payment (DVP) basis.
Moreover, shares of companies which have high price volatility, or which are under bankruptcy proceedings may be classified into the ALERT LIST segment and then moved to listing under the single-price auction system.